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Crossover: Tribunal has no law enforcement power


07-12-2016 19:58 BJT

Full coverage: The South China Sea Issue

For more, we now cross live to our correspondent Liu Xin in the Hague.

Q1:  China says the tribunal has no jurisdiction in the South China Sea.  And the Hague does not have power of enforcement. So what exactly is the role of the international tribunal in this case?

Q2:  Let's also look at several facts regarding this temporary tribunal. It consists of only a panel of five, including one nominated by the Philippines. The chief arbitrator has been an advocate of lifting the ban on Japan taking part in collective self-defense, and he appointed the other four.  Tell us more about these judges and their handling of the case.

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